WORLD'S FIRST ALCATRAZ INMATE
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
Who was the world's first Alcatraz inmate?
Alcatraz was first opened in 1861,
when it wasn’t actually known as Alcatraz but was used a military prison where
captured Confederate soldiers would be sent to. During the years of 1932 and
1963, Alcatraz was then used as a federal penitentiary that it became famous for
and the first 32 prisoners to reside in the prison once it had changed into a
penitentiary were still prisoners that remained there from the Confederate
prison and that were to remain there for crimes they had committed.
Out of the first 32 prisoners to reside in Alcatraz,
including Al Capone, Frank Bolt, who was serving time for the crime of sodomy,
had the honor of being Federal Prisoner #1. It is unknown
whether Frank Bolt died while he remained in Alcatraz.
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